PETA’s Top Five Valentine’s Day Gifts

Published by PETA.
Vegan chocolates for Valentine's Day

Is your sweetie sweet on animals? Don’t say that we at the PETA Files never gave you anything. Check out these Cupid-approved, cruelty-free gifts from PETA’s catalog:


  1. Scrum-diddly-umptious Vegan Chocolates
    Ensure that it will be a very happy Valentine’s Day with a big box full of edible aphrodisiacs.
  2. Shiny-Sparkly for Your Honey Bunny
    Nothing says “I love you” like bunny bling. PETA’s silver-plated necklace features two rabbits touching noses and toes-es to form a heart. Awww …
  3. Died and Gone to Vegan Heaven
    Your snookums is lovely at any time, but that sweetie of yours will look even better with vegan caramel dribbling down his or her chin.
  4. A Little Somethin’ for Your Real True Love
    PETA’s Dog Bone Cookie Cutter Set comes with tail-wagging recipes and seven drool-inducing designs. And remember, treats are sweet, but nothing says “Be My Furry Valentine” like cuddling up on the couch.
  5. Vegan Fire and Spice
    If you want to hook up with a hot dish this Valentine’s Day, catch this smokin’ cookbook by Robin Robertson. Her ready-for-romance recipes are sure to turn up the heat. After all, everybody knows that vegetarians make better lovers.

But wait—there’s more! If you order $40 or more worth of goodies before Monday at, enter the promotion code VALFB, and you’ll get $5 off. Consider it a Valentine’s Day present to yourself.

Written by Amy Elizabeth

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